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2022 Lake Tahoe Bike Month a Success

The 2022 Tahoe Bike Month was a huge success! In total, 238 riders racked up over 4,500 rides, rode 36,000 miles, and climbed 220,000 vertical feet.

Over 600 students rode their bikes to school at Lake Tahoe Unified School District elementary schools, South Tahoe Middle School, and Lake Tahoe School to win prizes and learned about bike safety.  

Individual winners include:

  • Most Rides – Dylan Hughes (131)
  • Most Elevation Gain – Julie Bacon (93,002 vertical feet)
  • Distance – Julie Bacon (1,618 miles)
  • Biggest Ride – Dan Deemer (121 miles plus 11,622 vertical feet)
  • Consecutive Days (all 30 days of June) – Dan Deemer, Natasha Buffo, Dylan Hughes, Slow Amy, Nick Speal, and Jeremy Benson

In the team category, “Friends of the Bicycle Coalition” won the challenge with 126 points over the course of the month. 

Check out the leaderboards at https://tahoebike.org/bike-month-leaderboard/.

Mark your calendars for the 18th annual Tahoe Bike Month, taking place June 2023.

Check out the Leaderboard

Public Comment Period Opens for Draft Federal Transportation Improvement Program

Tahoe Regional Planning Agency (TRPA), in its role as the Tahoe Metropolitan Planning Organization (TMPO), is pleased to announce a 30-day public comment period for the Draft 2023 Federal Transportation Improvement Program (FTIP). The public comment period commences on July 11, 2022 and closes August 9, 2022. A public hearing will be held August 3, 2022 at the Tahoe Transportation Commission Board meeting

The Draft 2023 FTIP is available upon request or online here.

Submit comments or questions to: 

Judy Weber, Associate Transportation Planner
Tahoe Regional Planning Agency
P.O. Box 5310
Stateline, NV 89449
Or email: jweber@trpa.gov 

TRPA, in its role as the TMPO, prepares and adopts the FTIP every two years. The 2023 FTIP is a four year financially constrained list of transportation projects that are expected to be funded between federal fiscal years 2023 thru 2026. Any transportation project receiving federal funds, considered regionally significant, or requiring a federal action must be included in the FTIP. The FTIP must be consistent with the Regional Transportation Plan and related local, state, and federal planning processes. The document complies with the current federal transportation bill and Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA) requirements, and is being circulated as required by the United States Department of Transportation’s metropolitan planning regulations 23 Code of Federal Regulations Part 450.

Download the Draft 2023 FTIP

What Does Transportation Equity Mean to You?

¿Qué significa la equidad para usted?

Help Our Community to Better Address Access and Reduce Barriers Surrounding / Ayude a nuestra comunidad abordar mejor el acceso y reducir las barreras sobre:
 
  • Recreation               • Community Events
        La recreación             Eventos comunitarios

• Evacuation              • Medical Services
    Evacuaciónes            Servicios médicos

Visit our project website to learn more:
Visite nuestro sitio web del proyecto para saber más:
www.trpa.gov/transportation/#equity
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El Dorado County Trails Survey

El Dorado County seeks input on which multi-use trail projects to prioritize on the South Shore, including connections along the Upper Truckee River and Pioneer Trail to Meyers and between Fallen Leaf Lake and Tahoe Mountain. The survey will be open through the summer. Look for posted signs with QR codes at trailheads or online at El Dorado Trails Survey
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